Long Beach in Long Island receives a great influx of visitors every summer. Beachgoers vie over a spot in the sand while surfers jockey for the best wave. It’s a welcomed getaway from New York City, which is why it attracts so many visitors during the summer. Looking for peace and quiet? We recommend visiting during the off-season. Here’s why.
The wide expanse of the boardwalk lends itself to leisurely strolls with outstanding views. Book a room seaside at Allegria Hotel, which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.
City dwellers need to escape the noise, and Long Beach in the off-season is a world away. Listen to the ocean, walk through the sand and take in the peace and quiet.
Where do we start? The food scene is on-point in Long Beach all year round. Enjoy a fresh dinner at LB Social, a gourmet burger at JJ Cooper’s, seafood at Atlantica Restaurant, or brick oven pizza at Brixx Barley.
Whether it’s the annual Superbowl Polar Plunge, various 5k runs, Irish Day or holiday festivals, Long Beach doesn’t die down when the tourists leave. You can catch live music year-round at Junction, ice skate or watch a hockey game at the Long Beach Municipal Ice Arena, and a host of other activities during even the coldest months.